The nutrients in Redensity I include A-Lipoic aAid, Glutathione, N-Acetyl-L-Dysteine, L-Arginine, L-Isoleucine, L-Leucine, L-Lysine Monohydrate, Glycine, L-Valine, L-Threonine, L-Proline, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Zinc Acetate Dehydrate and Copper Sulfate Pen-tahydrate. It also contains Hyaluronic acid (15 mg), of course, Lydocaine hydrochloride (3 mg) and a supplemented phosphate buffer.
People with skin disorders or infection at the treatment site, a known hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid, a history of severe aller-gies or known allergies to lidocaine, or any of the ingredients in Redensity I, should not have the treatment. People with autoim-mune disorders, pregnant and breast-feeding mothers should also not have the treatment. Sportsmen and women must be aware that the product contains an active component which could cause a positive reaction in a drug test.
No, this is contraindicated. In combination with skincare or other treatments that stimulate collagen, Redensity I will work syner-gistically to nourish and support new collagen production, but a minimum of one month between is required.
Do not use any makeup until the day after your procedure and avoid extreme temperatures (intense cold, sauna, etc.) during the week following your treatment.
It is important to be well hydrated prior to the procedure as this will help to ensure the bumps will dissipate quickly. We recom-mend that you always stay well hydrated by drinking plenty of water but especially so in the days prior to the procedure. To re-duce the risk of bruising, aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatories, St. John’s Wort, and high dose Vitamin E should be avoided for 3-5 days prior. Do not drink alcohol the day before or the day of your Redensity I procedure as this contributes to dehydration and also increases the risk of bruises.
I will look like you have the measles. Edema and Erythema will occur at each injection site so the treatment area will be covered with raised red bumps following the procedure. These bumps will start to reduce in size within a few hours and will usually be gone (or barely noticeable) by the next morning. Residual swelling may last longer in a few people rarely up to 3 or 4 days. Occa-sional small bruises are also possible.
We begin by applying topical numbing cream to desensitize the treatment area for a few minutes. Then, using an injection pen designed specifically for the delivery of filler, the doctor or nurse who performs your procedure will gently inject several small amounts around the treatment area. The needle is very tiny and the insertions are only about 2 mm in depth. The filler has built-in lidocaine which will quickly numb the area further Then many tiny injections points will be administered. Most people find the treatment quite comfortable and some say they can’t feel it at all.
The treatment is suitable for the face and other areas where the skin becomes dry, thin and fragile such as the neck, chest and hands. Three sessions performed 3-4 weeks apart are recommended to optimize cutaneous redensification. Results vary from person to person but 1-2 sessions per year are recommended to maintain the effects of the initial treatment protocol.
Hyaluronic Acid is a carbohydrate that is naturally occurring throughout the human body. Roughly 50% of the HA in our body is found in the skin. It is what keeps the skin protected and plump.